10 December 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Minimally Minimalist (or how to get rid of 400 books as slowly as possible)

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I have an addiction… Books. I can’t help myself. When I was growing up, books were the one thing my family always worked into the budget no matter how tight our finances might be. And not just trips to the library to participate in Summer Reading programs and borrow more books than we could carry, (which I absolutely […]

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14 August 2015 ~ 1 Comment

Growing Up In A Mansion Of Words

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 I was reminiscing recently about the Scholastic Book Club from my elementary school days. The fun of poring through the cheap newsprint catalog and trying to choose among the best books, the anticipation of waiting days and weeks to finally get the books delivered to your classroom, and then the enjoyment of digging through the […]

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27 February 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Don Draper meets Dr. Seuss

As most of you, as a kid I was a Dr. Seuss fan. Unlike most of you, I continued to not only be a Dr. Seuss fan as an adult — but look back on the old “children’s books” that Theodor Seuss Geisel wrote and see lessons for grown-ups. As a child Green Eggs and […]

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09 September 2013 ~ 1 Comment

Are You Playing With The Stuff You’re Collecting?

I recently moved into a new apartment and I’m still unpacking boxes.  Mostly boxes of books that need to be unpacked and put onto shelves. The process got me thinking… What if instead of keeping and curating the books you’ve purchased over the years, you had to keep and display the knowledge and lessons and […]

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